Perhaps
Volume One


4.0
excellent

Review

by Lexiconstitutionalify USER (58 Reviews)
April 27th, 2013 | 13 replies


Release Date: 2012 | Tracklist

Review Summary: perhaps "perhaps" are on to something here?

Volume One is a massive, epic 30 minute song (hence the format of this review) which artfully blends post-rock, math-rock, and progressive/indie rock into a beautifully paced, raw stream of sound. Quite a unique endeavor for a band’s first release no doubt, but the razor sharp skill displayed here is comparable to a band three records in their career and starting to experiment. Not once through this song does the intensity let up for the inclusion of long, boring drone segments or slow-burning interludes leading to the inevitable bombastic crescendo we’ve heard so much of in the past. When the song lets up, its mathy-core never dissipates, utilizing punctuated bouts of silence to great effect in some places and the staccato guitar riffs math rock is known for just as well in others. There are a plethora of other instruments used in the many acts of this song as well. A dizzying swirl of saxophone, guitar, drums, and strings greet you at one point and before you know it, it feels like you’re listening to Plan B from A Lot Like Birds the next. This song is the definition of epic. Relentless in its delivery until the psychedelic slow portions draw you in even further up to the fantastic conclusion which sounds like a rock infected climactic ending to a Darren Aronofsky film. This song has something for all fans of progressive music and while it’s obviously best taken all at once, and with food, once you do for the first time you’ll realize that you’ve discovered the perfect soundtrack to your 20-30 minute drive to work.



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Comments:Add a Comment 
Calc
April 26th 2013


14817 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

This is my "accepting I'll never make contributor cuz I'm not popular enough" review. Hope it convinces you to listen.



It's free so there's no reason not to....no reason at all.



http://perhaps.bandcamp.com/

Digging: Towkio - Community Service 2

Necrotica
April 26th 2013


10584 Comments


Very nice, concise review. Perhaps I should check this out

huehuehuehue

Calc
April 26th 2013


14817 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

lol





huehuehuehue.

Calc
April 26th 2013


14817 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

thanks capt!



just fyi this isn't m/ at all but you should still shek.

Atari
Staff Reviewer
April 26th 2013


21731 Comments


Review rules. I've actually really been digging prog lately sounds cool, pos

Digging: Coldworld - Autumn

Calc
April 26th 2013


14817 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

atari.





you da man.

Atari
Staff Reviewer
April 26th 2013


21731 Comments


Don't u forget it! Seriously though I've been telling everybody this but check out black widow. their self titled album has flutes and saxophones as well as organs and it fucking rules. And I'll check this out later tonight ;)

Epicenter
April 27th 2013


230 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

Yeah, this rules.

Atari
Staff Reviewer
April 27th 2013


21731 Comments


jamming now as promised.

dat sax

wacknizzle
April 27th 2013


14383 Comments


Nice write up, sounds interesting. Gonna check this soon.

sideburndude
April 27th 2013


2782 Comments


this seems pre swee

Calc
April 27th 2013


14817 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

dood, it is.

Gard3n
July 21st 2013


439 Comments

Album Rating: 4.0

People really need to hear this. The final section of the song is simply mindblowing.



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